Last Updated on November 1, 2023
The Party Appetizer That Disappears in Seconds
If you're a guacamole fan and you love appetizers, then you are certainly going to become addicted to this avocado dip recipe! I like all of the different textures and chunks because it is perfect with tortilla chips. With the simple base ingredients of olive oil and vinegar, you can customize and season it to your liking then watch it disappear. Consequently, this avocado crack dip recipe is a huge crowd pleaser!
This avocado dip recipe is like guacamole on steroids…
The feta cheese really kicks this avocado dip recipe up a notch, and to be honest, you can use just about any other soft cheese in its place. For instance, cottage cheese is a great option! Consequently, the added feta really makes this appetizer stand out!
Everything in moderation. Except avocado.
Recipe Inspiration: Stock Piling MomsPrint
- 3 large avocados (chopped into small chunks)
- 1-pint cherry tomatoes (chopped into small chunks)
- 4 ounces plain crumbled feta cheese
- 1 small bunch of fresh parsley (chopped fine)
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1.5 tbsp red wine vinegar
- 1/2 tsp or more of garlic powder
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1/4 cup chopped fresh onion or 1 tsp onion powder (optional)
- 1 bag tortilla chips for serving
- Except for the avocados, combine all of the ingredients together in a bowl.
- Refrigerate for a few hours or overnight, and then chop the avocados and gently stir them in just before serving.
I've also made this with cottage cheese in place of the feta, and YUM! It's surprisingly good.
Feel free to use fresh garlic and any tomato of your choice. I like the cherry tomatoes because you get more skin and less of the juicy guts.
My family is not a raw onion fan, so I always omit them from recipes, but maybe you like them. If so, onions might be a nice addition.
Another way to change this recipe up would be to use Cilantro instead of parsley. Cilantro is typically used in salsas and guacamole so this would probably spice things up!
“If life gives you avocados, make Avocado Crack Dip”
In conclusion, even though I consider this avocado dip recipe to be dangerously addictive, it's pretty darn healthy. Other than the cheese, it's made with lots of fresh produce and healthy fats. So… in other words, eat up!